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Recent Articles by CDLB staff
BIPA claim against Subaru of America stays in court
A federal judge rejected a bid by Subaru of America Inc. to force a woman to arbitrate her allegation that a safety feature on her Outback that uses a camera collected her biometric data without her permission.
Transgender man settles privacy, discrimination claims against Cook County
Cook County paid $300,000 to a former employee who alleges he was subjected to harassment and denied work opportunities when his supervisor at the county jail disclosed his transgender status.
Abortion-rights protesters briefly interrupt Supreme Court
Protesters opposed to the Supreme Court’s decision overturning abortion rights briefly interrupted arguments at the court Wednesday and urged women to vote in next week’s elections.
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Mercy Hospital must produce post-shooting security reports
Mercy Hospital and Medical Center in Chicago must produce reports from an investigation into its safety protocols following a shooting that killed three people, a state appellate panel ruled.
Federal judge spikes pilots’ lawsuits against Boeing over MAX
A federal judge Monday dismissed 14 proposed class-action lawsuits in which unaffiliated pilots alleged lost work and income because of two fatal 737 MAX crashes.
Judge halts U of C senior’s removal from student housing
A University of Chicago senior who alleges the school is engaging in sex discrimination by trying to kick him out of student housing received a reprieve.
Star-registry trademark battle to play out in Chicago
Courts in Illinois have personal jurisdiction over two out-of-state companies named in a trademark-infringement lawsuit filed by an online star-naming corporation headquartered in Northbrook, a federal judge held.
Man injured at Deer Park construction site gets $6.7M settlement
A man who broke his neck when a sheet of plywood fell on him at a construction site in Deer Park accepted a $6.7 million settlement before trial in the Cook County Circuit Court.